Right now the guide ends at on 2017-02-08, normally there is more than ten days.
I've tried adjusting the wmc feature by turning off/rebooting/turning on/rebooting with no change. Tried a different zip code, restoring the PC back to Jan 17 using an image to no avail. Included the event log which says there was an error while the information generated in the GUI says it was OK. [Attachment 40447 - Click to enlarge] [Attachment 40448 - Click to enlarge] Nope, but I can tell you that I have been getting more errors in the USA since MS started using Rovi as their provider for guide data.
Server WMC was developed and is maintained by krustyreturns.
A fantastic guide detailing the setup of XBMC, WMC, Server WMC, and everything else you need to know from beginning to end can be found here:
I got fed up with WMC's Rovi guide outages several times a year and switched WMC guide data to Schedules Direct.
Excited as I am about Windows 10 in general, I’ve been torn about whether to upgrade my own desktop PC, as I like the ability to record shows from free over-the-air channels like ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC.
So before upgrading, I searched for a Windows Media Center alternative that was easy to set up and use.
EPG123 plus a Schedules Direct subscription may be the long-term solution, especially if someone plans to use WMC after 2020 I can't support this information by providing a link, but I think that it is OK to use the same Schedules Direct account for multiple computers (or multiple applications) in the same residence, within reason.
(Too many requests within a specified period of time will cause the account to be blocked until Schedules Direct can investigate the situation.) If someone wants service for a secondary residence too, then they have to buy a second membership, but subscribers are limited to two memberships.